Thanks Carlos - I thought 'd' would be marked as something else. We're basically trying to flag a stopped VM but with those limited STATE options it doesn't seem possible. How can we represent a 'stopped' VM in the poll information?
On 18 February 2015 at 16:58, Carlos Martín Sánchez <cmar...@opennebula.org> wrote: > Hi, > > On Mon, Feb 16, 2015 at 9:51 AM, Andy Coates <andy.coa...@gmail.com> > wrote: > >> Running OpenNebula 4.6.2 >> >> We have a custom VMM driver that is set to report 'unknown' state if we >> can't determine the current VM state on the host. According to the docs >> the '-' character indicates unknown, and as shown below ON is seeing and >> parsing the VMM data correctly: >> >> [VMM][D]: VM 1135 successfully monitored: USEDMEMORY=4194304 USEDCPU=800 >> NETTX=0 NETRX=0 *STATE=-* IP=10.0.0.174 >> >> Am I missing something? Shouldn't the VM state be set to unkn/UNKNOWN in >> this case? >> >> Thanks. >> > > The '-' character indicates a monitoring unexpected error, like when the > monitoring probes could not parse the output. In this case OpenNebula does > nothing, the current VM state is kept. > A state='d' (disappeared) indicates that the monitoring could be done > (hypervisor is up), but the VM was not found in the list of VMs. In this > case OpenNebula will set the VM to unknown. > > See: > http://docs.opennebula.org/4.6/integration/infrastructure_integration/devel-vmm.html#poll-information > > Regards > -- > Carlos Martín, MSc > Project Engineer > OpenNebula - Flexible Enterprise Cloud Made Simple > www.OpenNebula.org <http://www.opennebula.org/> | cmar...@opennebula.org > | @OpenNebula <http://twitter.com/opennebula> <cmar...@opennebula.org> > > > >
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